A small but outspoken group of residential customers vows to continue battling Michigan's largest utility company over the freedom to opt out of having "smart" meters installed outside their homes.
With four cities down and four to go, Sonoma County officials this week enter the second half of their roadshow to convince cities to take part in the county's planned public power agency.
Enbridge Energy Co. is preparing to construct a 600-mile pipeline that will carry crude oil from Illinois to Cushing, and the project promises to bring several hundred jobs.
That's a trick question. I started the "club" in a whimsical moment 14 years ago.
The utility that owns the troubled Fort Calhoun nuclear power plant says it hopes to have the plant ready to operate by the end of June.
An annual rite of spring in Seattle - the arrival of the first planeload of Copper River salmon from Alaska - is scheduled Friday morning at Sea-Tac Airport.
The mild weather has meant people haven't used as much electricity as officials anticipated.
A plan by the state's largest power company to upgrade a major portion of New Jersey's power grid would reduce storm-induced blackouts by 39 percent and save customers from hundreds of millions of dollars in losses, according to the utility.
Eighty years ago, the stroke of a pen transformed Tennessee and much of the southern United States forever.
"It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" ... or here. Go see Alan Jackson preform 7:30 tonight at the St.
** U.S.-insurer New York Life is in exclusive negotiations with Yuanta Financial to sell its Taiwan assets, two sources with close knowledge of the deal told Reuters on Friday.
Westar CEO Mark Ruelle detailed the plans Thursday morning at the company's annual shareholders meeting at the Capitol Plaza Hotel.
Something stunk in Florham Park Thursday, but residents should not fear the smelly air.
Xcel Energy is proposing two natural gas-fired power plants in southeastern North Dakota to help meet electricity needs during times of peak demand in the upper Midwest in coming years.
As the region looks for more effective ways to integrate wind and other renewable energy sources, the Bonneville Power Administration and its customers have agreed to settle the portion of BPA's rate case that defines charges for balancing services, or generation inputs, that maintain a constant balance of the energy produced and energy consumed.
The Media and Learning Center at De Anza College recently won a citation for energy performance from the American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter, and PG&E. The award was presented April 25 and seeks to honor projects that demonstrate how deep reductions in energy use are essential to good design in the 21st century.